Opera has released an update to their desktop web browser, Opera 10. The latest Opera 10.10 brings in lots of feature improvements and bug fixes that were initially found in Opera 10.01.
The latest and final Opera 10.10, after a beta version, is now available for public download. You can grab it from the official site.
Opera Mobile 10 is now available for Windows Mobile phones and users can download to give it a try.
Most notable changes in the new Opera Mobile 10 beta is the sleek design, which Opera first introduced to the world in the recent release of Opera Mini 5 beta.
Opera Mobile 10 Beta is now available for Nokia and S60 devices. Most notable changes in the new Opera Mobile 10 beta is the sleek design, which Opera first introduced to the world in the recent release of Opera Mini 5 beta.
After my previous Opera 10 tip, here’s my next one which Opera 10 users would be interested in.
Opera 10’s Speed Dial feature is now more of like Chrome’s because it now opens with every new tab and it now offers more options to customize it. Like increase the number of columns and rows which was previously only possible manually.
The final version of Opera 10 was released yesterday along with all the goodiness it’s offering in this latest release. Lots of new features have been introduced in Opera 10, like new tab previews, a visual tab bar etc.
Opera Turbo is one of its most innovative feature that lets allows users with slow Internet connectivity to browse the web faster.
Just a day ago Opera released Release Candidate 2 of Opera 10, and today they finally released the final version for download!
It has been released for Windows, Mac and Linux users with tons of new features from which, Turbo seems to be the most interesting one. It allows users with slow Internet connectivity to browse the web faster.
Opera has been working on Opera 10 for quite a while now. I still remember the when Opera Developer Blog first wrote about Opera 10 and announced it will be featuring the latest presto 2.2 rendering engine.
Since then, many alpha and beta versions have been released to take public feedback/suggestions and track down any bugs or errors in Opera 10.
It looks like yesterday when Opera was all set to release version 9.5 with a brand new skin, and today Opera Developer blog wrote about the upcomingÂ Opera 10, which will use an all new and improved rendering engine.
Opera 10 will be powered by Opera Presto 2.2, which is the newest rendering engine for the Opera browser. It provides significant improvements in speed, performance and security.